The Swiss was beaten in straight sets in his semi-final meeting with Nadal
The Spaniard won despite a large blister causing him pain throughout and will now play the new Swiss number one Stanislas Wawrinka in Sunday's final
After beating Andy Murray the former world number one will meet Rafael Nadal in the semi-final
British number one proud despite being knocked out in quarter-final
World Number One progressed 7-6 (7-3) 7-5 7-6 (7-3) over the Japanese to move into the last eight
On his day, he can be as cultured on court as he is off it so Briton needs to beware
When Caroline Wozniacki was world No 1, her critics always pointed to the fact that she had never won a Grand Slam title. Now that the 23-year-old Dane is heading out of the world’s top 10 it seems she does not even have it in her to make the quarter-finals any more.
The Serbian has not lost since the US Open final
The German has been drafted in as coach
The British number one gets underway in Melbourne on Tuesday
Andy Murray wrapped up his public preparations for next week’s Australian Open by losing an exhibition match to Lleyton Hewitt here in Melbourne yesterday, but is in a good frame of mind.
The tournament in Melbourne begins on Monday - but who will be the last man standing?
Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win
Tim Henman thinks Andy Murray could become a better player than ever after his back surgery but believes his successor as British No 1 may need time to hit peak form. With the Australian Open just 14 days away, Murray will play his first tournament since September here at this week’s Qatar ExxonMobil Open.
Roger Federer has become the latest player to recruit a 1980s great, with Stefan Edberg joining the former world No 1’s coaching team.
The reigning Wimbledon champion suffered defeat on Thursday to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but recovered to beat the Swiss in Abu Dhabi